16 Dee Ford // DE // Auburn Has been growing on me more and more as the draft approaches. I think he's probably more of situational DE due to his size, but I wonder if he can play strong side linebacker as well. 47 Scott Crichton // DE // Oregon State May very well go before pick 47, but there a lot to like about Crichton - size, motor, anchor, etc. 78 Brandon Thomas // OG // Clemson I like that he has some flex at RT, but I'd plug him in right away at guard and let the kid play. 119 Brandon Coleman // WR // Rutgers In the 4th round, this is an easy call for me. Coleman is huge and has proven himself to be a threat in the redzone. 158 Caraun Reid // DT // Princeton Has the chance to rotate in while Melton holds down (hopefully) the 3-Tech spot, not need to rush him in but he's got talent. 229 Howard Jones // OLB // Shepherd Heck of an athlete and the Cowboys have shown interest by bringing him in. 231 Jay Bromley // DT // Syracuse 1-Tech depth, not going to give you must in the pass rush but can control the line of scrimmage. 238 Rajion Neal // RB // Tennessee Don't know why he's so low on some boards, very productive in 2013 and coming from a good program. Not sure he'd make it to the 7th, but he was there in the mock. 248 J. C. Copeland // FB // LSU As I've said, Murray runs best with a FB in the backfield with him, Copeland is a wrecking ball. 251 Connor Shaw // QB // South Carolina Athletic upside, practice squad candidate. 254 Colt Lyerla // TE // Oregon Huge red flags, hence his being the last selection. Probably a guy that's in the box for the 'Boys, but all the tools are there if he can finally stay out of trouble.